OKBET Gamble Sports was a massive news for official partner showing love MPBL 2022-2023
OKBet Gamble Sports, a rising sports betting gaming platform, recently announced its partnership as a title sponsor with the country’s leading regional basketball league, the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League (MPBL), for its fourth regular season league.
OKBet sports wager, a company that aims to promote aspiring Filipino athletes, is the title sponsor of the MPBL for the entire season. The fourth season of the MPBL will feature twenty-two teams from various provinces, with OKBet sponsoring three of them: Marikina Shoemasters, GenSan Warriors, and Sarangani Marlins. This is the first time OKBet has sponsored a major sports gaming event, which aligns with the company’s goal of supporting Filipino athletes, particularly basketball players, according to Robert Chen, OKBet’s vice president of Marketing and Business Development.
OKBet is the Official Partner of the MPBL as it begins its fourth season.
OKBET MPBL gamble sports Basketball has long been regarded as a nation-building sport in the Philippines. With this partnership, OKBET hopes to improve the gaming experience on its platform, given its popularity in the country. Together with MPBL, OKBET aims to reach out to every Filipino through their love for this popular sport as it strengthens its presence in the country’s sports betting platform industry.
We are thrilled to be a part of the OKBET MPBL gamble and to feel the adrenaline of the basketball teams competing for the regular season this year. This year, we are pleased to support a number of teams. OKBet is looking forward to a stronger and longer-term partnership with the country’s major sporting leagues, particularly in terms of sponsoring more athletes, as we support the MPBL regular season. We want to be a part of our Filipino athletes’ success in any sport, beginning with basketball through the MPBL.” OKBet Vice President of Marketing and Business Development, Robert Chen.
Basketball has long been regarded as a nation-building sport in the Philippines. With this partnership, OKBet MPBL hopes to improve the gaming experience on its platform, given its popularity in the country. Together with MPBL, OKBet aims to reach out to every Filipino through their love for this popular sport as it strengthens its presence in the country’s sports betting platform industry.
OKBET addresses MPBL partnership concerns: commissioner
STA. ROSA, LAGOS – The Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League (MPBL) commissioner, Kenneth Duremdes, stated that OKBet MPBL Sports gambling, the league’s main sponsor this season, is addressing the issues that have arisen as a result of their newfound partnership.
In an interview Monday night at the Sta. Rosa Multi-Purpose Sports Complex in Manila, Duremdes said that OKBet, a sports betting platform, acted quickly after the Games and Amusements Board (GAB) called their attention to the partnership.
“That is OKBet’s responsibility, not ours. OKBet must apply to the Advertising Standards Council. OKBet should be the one addressing the Ad Standards Council, and they will do so for us if we do not respond (OKBet should be the one addressing the Ad Standards Council). OKBet has already addressed it, and they will do so for us to address the issue, despite the fact that we have already responded to) Chairman Baham [Mitra], “said Duremdes.
GAB chairman Baham Mitra revealed last week on the Sports On Air Weekly podcast that his organization wrote to the MPBL to explain the partnership.
“We want to know what the MPBL’s authority and legal basis are for allowing this betting website to advertise on league premises and in their posts,” Mitra said.
GAB, according to Duremdes, wanted OKBet to obtain Ad Standards Council approval (ASC).
“Ang sinasabi nila, mag-secure lang [ng clearance] sa ASC ang OKBet,” Duremdes explained.
Mitra stated in the same podcast that the partnership did not sit well with his agency because it caught them off guard and they feared it would encourage game-fixing because the MPBL is now directly working with a sports betting firm. As a result, GAB forwarded the memo to the MPBL.
During a press conference on June 12, Duremdes and OKBet chief legal and compliance officer Victoria Gilera stated that they will work together to combat game-fixing within the league.
Despite the concerns raised following the league’s partnership with OKBet, he added that the MPBL and GAB are still on good terms.
“That is one of the reasons GAB exists: to guide the professional leagues in the Philippines, not just basketball. It will be for the betterment of Philippine sports if GAB is still present (if GAB is always present) “He stated.
During the scheduled doubleheader, Zamboanga improved to 4-0 in the team standings with a 91-76 victory over Marikina, while Imus defeated Makati, 72-44. (PNA)
OKBet Gamble sports Nueva Ecija gains the Gomez de Liao brothers and a homegrown Palma.
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Nueva Ecija looks to rebound from a disappointing season in the Chooks-to-Go MPBL Lakan Cup by bringing in three key players.
The Rice Vanguards signed Gilas Pilipinas brothers Juan and Javi Gomez de Liao as well as Nueva Ecija native and former PBA player Renz Palma.
“It’s no secret that I enjoy his game. I believe he has the potential to be a dominant force in this league and possibly one of the MPBL’s faces “Juan said Nueva Ecija head coach Charles Tiu.
“People forget he’s only 20 years old, and once he matures further and becomes more of a leader, his game will truly be elevated to another level.”
Juan recently made his debut for Gilas Pilipinas and demonstrated his ability to make an immediate impact even on the international stage, scoring 10 points in a 100-70 victory over Indonesia. Meanwhile, Tiu is looking to develop Javi, who, like his brother Juan, has decided to leave the University of the Philippines to focus on national team duties.
Javi, who stands 6-foot-4, was UP’s third leading scorer in Season 82, averaging 10.5 points per game on 35% shooting from deep. “Javi has grown so much in the last year, and he will now play an important role on our team,” Tiu said. “We intend to give him more opportunities as a wing and a guard to help him advance in his career.”
The Gomez de Liao brothers will have an easier transition to the MPBL because they previously played for Tiu’s Mighty Sports team, which won the 2020 Dubai International Basketball Championship. Meanwhile, Tiu sees an impact player in Palma, an athletic guard who was drafted by Blackwater with the 15th overall pick in the 2017 PBA Draft but saw limited playing time with the club.
Tiu described Palma as a “solid two-way wing player who will really help us with his energy.”
Davao Occidental defeats Zamboanga in a low-scoring OKBet MPBL sports semifinal.
The extremely low-scoring game set a number of OKBet MPBL gaming sports records, including the lowest points combined in a game of 75, breaking Marikina and Cebu’s previous record of 92 points in the Datu Cup.
Furthermore, Zamboanga’s 28 points are now the lowest output by a team in MPBL history, 14 fewer than Marikina’s 42 points. Davao and Zamboanga also set a new record for the fewest points combined in a half, 19-11. Davao’s lone player in double figures was Emman Calo, who had 12 points, 7 rebounds, and 2 steals; Billy Ray Robles had 8 points, 6 rebounds, and 3 assists; and Ken Mocon chipped in with 7 points. Santi Santillan led Zamboanga (13.3% from the field) with 8 points on 2-of-11 shooting and 8 rebounds. On Friday, March 6, Davao will look to complete the series and advance to the South Division finals at the Strike Gym in Bacoor, Cavite.
The OKBet MPBL sports results
Calo 12, Robles 8, Mocon 7, Balagtas 5, Terso 5, Albo 3, Custodio 2, Raymundo 2, Gaco 2, Saldua 1, Dumagan 0, Adormeo 0. Davao Occidental 47 – Calo 12, Robles 8, Mocon 7, Balagtas 5, Terso 5, Albo 3, Custodio 2, Raymundo 2, Gaco 2,
Santillan 8 – Zamboanga 28 De Vera (5), Pasaol (4), Roo (4), Asistio (3), Ignacio (2), Arboleda (2), Thiele (0), Black (0), Morido (0), Argamino (0), Villamor (0), Reyes (0), Bonsubre (0).
Quarters scores: 11-5, 19-11, 35-23, and 47-28.
Apinan’s last-second basket propels Batangas past San Juan in the OKBet MPBL.
JECKSTER Apinan drove in with 4.6 seconds left for the layup that lifted Batangas past San Juan, 70-69, on Tuesday at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan in the OKbet-MPBL (Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League) 4th Season presented by Xtreme.
Apinan got the inbound and broke away from his defender to give the Batangas City Embassy Chill their 12th win against a loss in the single round-robin elimination phase of the 22-team tournament.
Batangas beats Manila to relaunch the OKBet MPBL campaign.
BATANGAS defeated Manila 67-61 on Saturday in the 4th Season of the OKbet-MPBL (Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League) presented by Xtreme at the Strike Gym in Bacoor City.
Quezon City and Bacoor, on the other hand, resurrected their sputtering campaigns with contrasting victories over Pasig (76-73) and Laguna (69-57).
-ADVERTISEMENT- After suffering its first defeat on August 6 at the hands of Pampanga, the Batangas City Embassy Chill surged ahead, 55-42, after three quarters before cruising to its 11th victory in the single round-robin elimination, two-division phase among 22 teams.
Batangas was led by Jeckster Apinan, who had 13 points and 9 rebounds, Levi Hernandez, who had 12 points and 5 rebounds, and Rudy Lingganay, who had 10 points and 5 assists.
Cedric Ablaza, who was held to just 7 points, made up for it by grabbing 12 rebounds for Batangas, the South division leader.
Dan Sara and Jed Mendoza each scored 13 points for Manila, which fell to 6-7.
Sarangani rides Paul Sanga’s hot hands in an OKBet MPBL rout of Bataan.
THE The Sarangani Marlins defeated the Bataan Risers, 92-80, in the OKbet-(MPBL) Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League 4th Season presented by Xtreme on Friday at the San Jose Del Monte Sports Complex in Bulacan.
Sanga went 5-of-12 from three-point range, 1-of-1 from two-point range, and 4-of-4 on free throw attempts for a game-high 21 points and nine rebounds, earning him Best Player honors.
The Marlins pulled away, 83-60, behind Sanga, Donald Gumaru, Gabby Espinas, homegrown Tricky Peromingan, and new acquisition Macky Acosta, en route to their fourth straight win and a 9-2 record in the tournament’s single round-robin elimination phase.
Gumaru had 16 points and 9 assists, Espinas had 11 points and 6 assists, Peromingan had 10 points and 7 rebounds, and Acosta had 10 points and 4 rebounds as the Marlins struggled without injured guards Kyt Jimenez and Yvan Ludovice.